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Traditional Latin American Folk Songs for Children

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Traditional Latin American Folk Songs for Children. Edited by Martha E. Esquenazi and Mirna Y. Cabrera. ExpressiveArts. Softcover with CD. 64 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.9971338).

Item Number: HL.9971338

ISBN 1423477979. 8.5x11 inches.

Singing songs and playing games are a fundamental part of a child's life, no matter where we live or what language we speak. Experience Hispanic-American heritage and traditions with this well-crafted collection of children's folksongs. Playfully illustrated with original Uruguayan art, this collection of thirty-four songs for early childhood through the elementary grades features page-after-page of reproducible, singable melodies and game instructions, with their cultural background. Both authors are of Cuban origin and have collected songs that will appeal to a wide audience, whether or not you can read music, speak Spanish, or in the case of small children, read at all. English translations, a pronunciation guide, and curricular indices are also included. The enclosed CD provides quality demonstration recordings of children singing the songs unaccompanied, as they are traditionally performed. Perfect for school or home, this collection provides parents and teachers with all the necessary tools for teaching the basic elements of music and Hispanic culture, which will be fun for children today and for generations to come. Available in Book/CD format. Suggested for PreK-Gr.6.

  • Los Pollitos 
  • Juan Pirulero 
  • A La Rueda, Rueda 
  • Alegre Canta El Burro 
  • Calle De Calles 
  • Dale A La Mocita 
  • Debajo Del Puente 
  • El Conejo 
  • El Perrito Goloso 
  • Rau, Rau, Rau 
  • Estaba La Caravela 
  • La Calabacita 
  • La Cojita 
  • La Marisola 
  • Los Cinco Deditos 
  • Los Seis Paticos 
  • Los Unidos 
  • Manola 
  • Mueva La Pata 
  • Patito, Patito 
  • Qu Llueva! 
  • Sal Solcito 
  • La Cucaracha 
  • Arroz Con Leche 
  • Aserràn Asser N 
  • Cucè, Cucè, Cantaba La Rana 
  • Don Pirulà 
  • Durmete Mi Niëo 
  • Las Hijas De Meriëo 
  • Las Seëas Del Esposo 
  • Mambrè 
  • Seëora Santana 
  • Si Este Niëo Se Durmiera 
  • Yo Tenàa Diez Perritos 
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